come under

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To be included or classified under.
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To sympathisers, though, all of his crimes came under the general heading of misdemeanors.

Submitted on July 07, 2010

Additional definitions for 'come under':

come underTo come underneath.
come underTo be subjected to, be under the auspices of.
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